Samsung release 933HD+ and 2333HD HDTV monitors

Samsung-933HDSamsung America introduces two new HDTV monitors, the 933HD+ and 2333HD. Both monitors have a glossy black finish features a rounded bottom edge with matching crystal-like acrylic bar, including a digital TV tuner with an optional cable or satellite connection and integrated stereo speakers (Dolby Digital for 2333HD).

Samsung’s new monitors provide 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio- 19 -inch 933HD(1360×768)+ and 23-inch 2333HD(1920×1080), dynamic contrast ratio of 10,000:1 and 5 millisecond response rate, HDMI-input, DVI, D-Sub and both comes with remote control for the price of of $249.99 and $329.99, respectively.

Samsung 933HD+ and 2333HD monitors

“With more homes having multiple entertainment centers, the 933HD+ and 2333HD are the perfect companions for users who want integrated HDTV functionality from a desktop monitor. The added bonus is that both these monitors are self-contained and functional right out of the box, and can quickly connect to any entertainment device,” said Doug Albregts, vice president, Information Technology Division, Samsung Electronics America Inc.

Samsung 933HD

Samsung 933HD+ and 2333HD monitors

Samsung 933HD+ and 2333HD monitors

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